It isn't always easy to be a Lenormand beginner.
There are so many rules and techniques to follow that sometimes you don't know where to begin. But that's not even the worst of it…
Have you ever looked up a Lenormand card meaning to discover a long list of meanings?
Or even worse – that every Lenormand expert interprets it differently?
For example, let's take the Snake card.
Depending on what you read, this one card can mean an enemy, the other woman, a dark-haired woman, a complicated relationship, malice, seduction, intelligence… or even water pipes.
How are you supposed to know which is the right meaning?
With so many different meanings, it's no wonder Lenormand beginners feel overwhelmed, confused, and utterly lost. It's enough to make you throw your hands up in the air in a sense of futility.
That's why the biggest mistake Lenormand beginners make is trying to learn every single meaning that exists for each card.
You can't help but become overloaded!
Many Lenormand beginners think that to learn Lenormand they have to memorize as many different card meanings for each card as possible. But with so many different meanings, it's easy to get confused.
Overcoming the Biggest Beginner Lenormand Mistake
Let me tell you a secret…
You don't have to learn every Lenormand card meaning.
No Lenormand card reader uses every single meaning. It's not possible.
Instead, you're better off learning a few keywords for each card. Grasp the central idea(s) behind each card.
As you work with your Lenormand cards, you'll find that the cards will begin to speak to you. You'll create your own meanings that are easy for you to understand and remember.
You'll know which meaning is the right one…for every question asked.
I believe Lenormand is something we are always in the process of learning. As times change, the meanings of the cards evolve, just as they have done to include concepts like cars, airplanes, and the Internet.
Give yourself time and be patient. You'll master Lenormand before you know it.